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Rapid Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Author: Datta,M etc
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Pub Date: 22/05/2003
ISBN: 9781405110983
Availability: In Stock
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Quick overview A guide to obstetric and gynaecology practice. This book is intended for clinical students working on their Obs & Gynae attachments. It provides access to information on the common obstetric and gynaecological diseases and problems that they will encounter on the wards, in clinics, and in their exams.
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This new pocket guide will be an ideal resource in everyday obstetric and gynaecology practice and a must for exam preparation. "Rapid Obstetrics and Gynaecology" is the third title in the new "Rapid" series and is the ideal companion for clinical students working on their Obs & Gynae attachments. It provides quick access to information on the common obstetric and gynaecological diseases and problems that they will encounter on the wards, in clinics, and in their exams. Arranged in A-Z format, each condition is covered using the same headings - Definition, Aetiology, Associations/Risk Factors, Epidemiology, History, Examination, Pathology, Investigations, Management, Complications, Prognosis and Differential Diagnosis.There are also further sections on procedures and general obstetric and gynaecology management. This book includes: A-Z organization of over 80 common Obstetric and Gynaecological conditions; concise entries following the Rapid series mnemonic to aid revision and recall; coverage of over 20 Obstetrics and Gynaecological procedures; and, provides additional core information on key issues such as Contraception, Drugs in Pregnancy, and Postnatal Care.
"Rapid Obstetrics and Gynaecology" is authored by four medical students from the Royal Free and University College Medical School, London, and the University of Liverpool School of Medicine. Two senior clinicians, Professor Allen MacLean and Mr Paul Hardiman at the Royal Free, are the Editorial Advisors, and Amir H. Sam, is the Series Editor.

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